Category Archive: Hillary Clinton

Hillary "Remembers" and We Forget

On Christmas Day, 1985, I happened into a war. It wasn’t much of one, really, but it included kids trying to sell us (I was traveling with a friend) what they claimed were… Continue reading

Democrats: "Now Is the Time to Come to the Aid of the Party"

Let me start with this: I am no fan of Hillary Clinton. Her husband does look a little better in retrospect and by comparison to his successor, but I never really liked him… Continue reading

How Many Times Do We Have to Tell You?

Wasn’t it Tolstoy who believed that “leaders” simply follow from in front? For the second time, we have a victory in a Democratic primary where a candidate won by a margin well beyond… Continue reading

Again, with the Narrative

Once more, the American commercial news media have created a story and then reported it as “news.” How long, just how long can this go on? Polls, the day before the New Hampshire… Continue reading

The New Hampshire Debates

Last night, for the first time, I watched the debates on television. Aside from the Facebook fooforall and something irrelevant called the “Spin Room,” I even found the presentation reasonable—though the guy from… Continue reading

The Company They Keep

OK, I know: my bias is showing. But I am sick to death of the way the elite in America lord it over the rest of us, and how they, really, are all… Continue reading